Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 developer diary details six new classes

Meet the Imp, Citron, Super Brainz, Rose, Deadbeard, and Kernel Corn.

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2

Electronic Arts and PopCap Games have released a new developer diary for Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 introducing the game’s six new character classes, new variants, and new maps—including the Asia-themed map, Zen Peak, and the Dino land-themed map, Boney Island.

The six new classes help make up the game’s total of 14 classes, amounting to over 100 characters in Garden Warfare 2. Here’s who you’ll see:

  • Imp and Z-Mech – The smallest and most agile of the zombies that turns into a Z-Mech robo of mass destruction with missiles.
  • Citron – A time-travelling bounty hunter from the future – and also an orange.
  • Super Brainz – The flashy, punchy-powerhouse superhero with exceptional hair and a charismatic smile.
  • Rose – An extremely powerful sorceress that can turn zombie foes into fully playable goats.
  • Captain Deadbeard – A crusty peg-legged captain with a trick weapon up his sleeve.
  • Kernal Corn – Leads the plant offensive as the primary assault class with dual cob busters and a high rate of fire.

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in spring 2016.

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